now, dare i say it doesn't look too much at first sight, does it? no. it's been through the wars a bit on the frame, hasn't it? yes. at least it's behind glass, so it's protected. now, um, what is it, do you think? well, it's a painting of william nicholson. he painted it. he's the artist. he was living up in my mother-in-law's house, my grandparents' estate, while he was ill one summer, and he painted it when he was here. oh, he'd been recuperating, was it? he'd been recuperating, yes, from an illness. i see. he didn't sign it. we always looked for a signature, but we couldn't see anything. but it's indisputably his work. oh, good. it's, um, it's a picture of three calves in a meadow, in a sunlit meadow, with a great backdrop of tall trees of different varieties. and, um, the sky beyond. it's lovely. here in the trees, there's a multitude of different greens and yellows.